Gillian Greer is an Irish playwright based in London, haunted by the sounds of scorned women, who she's working to set free. She completed The Lir Academy's M.F.A. in Playwriting in 2013, and since has seen her work produced on stage and for radio. Co-founding Roadkill Productions to produce her first short piece, 'Goodnight, Rabbit' performed to sell out crowds at the Collaborations Festival in Dublin in 2014, while her radio play 'Meat and Blue WKD', was produced as part of the Scripts Playwriting Festival, and picked up Silver for Best Radio Drama at the Irish National PPI Awards. Her first full length play, 'Petals', ran at Theatre Upstairs in Dublin and was nominated for the Irish Times Theatre Award for Best New Play in 2015. Gillian's work has since been performed at Theatre503 in London and Smock Alley and The Abbey Theatre in Dublin.